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  • Ports of Stockholm´s CEO Thomas Andersson

    Major step towards improved sustainability

    Ports of Stockholm is working to become one of the world's most sustainable ports. One of the largest upcoming environmental investments is in onshore power connection facilities for cruise ships. These will be operational in 2023 and 2024, are the first of their kind in Sweden and are also among some of only a few in Europe.

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  • Four men tying a symbolic blue and yellow knot

    Fontana Food chooses Stockholm Norvik Port

    The family owned food company Fontana Food is establishing at Stockholm Norvik Port, which will shorten their producer to consumer logistics chain. This in turn means more sustainable and cost effective transport, with Stockholm Norvik Port growing in its role as an important logistics hub in the Greater Stockholm area.

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  • Due to the COVID-19 outbreak

    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Ports of Stockholm would like to issue the following information.

  • Aerial view of Stockholm Norvik Port with a Stena Line ferry leaving port

    Ports of Stockholm steps up investment in hydrogen

    Ports of Stockholm is investing in hydrogen and is beginning a hydrogen fuelling station procurement for Stockholm Norvik Port. Hydrogen fuel is part of achieving the environmental target of fossil fuel-free truck operations by 2025.

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  • Thomas Andersson and Joakim Larsson at the groundbreaking ceremony

    Ports of Stockholm breaks ground to build Sweden’s first cruise ship onshore power connection facilities

    Ports of Stockholm is investing in the environment by building onshore power connection facilities for cruise ships at two city centre quays. This environmental initiative will result in significantly lower air pollution emissions in Stockholm and the Baltic Sea.

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  • The new linkspan at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Extended service with a new major linkspan at Stockholm Norvik Port

    RoRo traffic via Sweden's new port Stockholm Norvik is steadily increasing. The port is now equipped with a new linkspan that significantly improves the loading and unloading capacity of the RoRo terminal.

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  • Johan Wallén and Benjamin Weinacht shaking hands

    Groundbreaking strategic investment in hydrogen at Stockholm Norvik Port

    Ports of Stockholm and CMB.TECH are joining forces in a unique hydrogen collaboration at Stockholm Norvik Port. The investment in hydrogen will encompass port operations and will also expand service offerings to shipping companies and haulage firms, as well as other customers and collaboration partners. The goal is for Stockholm Norvik Port to be Sweden’s most climate-smart and sustainable port.

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  • Caroline Strand, Stefan Scheja and Johanna Bruce at the inauguration

    Ports of Stockholm opens new quay at Frihamnen Port

    Ports of Stockholm is one of the world’s largest passenger ports and Stockholm is a very popular cruise destination. Now the possibilities for cruise ships to call at Stockholm have increased with the opening of a brand-new quay at Frihamnen Port.

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  • One of Candela's vessels on the go

    Ports of Stockholm welcomes Candela Technology to the innovative Frihamnen Port

    Ports of Stockholm welcomes another new sustainable marine innovation tenant. Candela Technology has moved to Frihamnen Port in Stockholm and is building the world's most modern testing and development centre for electric-powered boats.

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  • Two warships in the central part of Stockholm

    Stockholm crammed with warships in June

    Stockholm was a mighty sight from 2nd to 5th June, when more than 40 warships from 13 nations visited the city. This was part of the major NATO Baltops 22 exercises and the Swedish Navy's 500th anniversary celebrations.

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